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Houston Chamber Choir Sings Out Loud For Ralph Vaughan Williams

The Houston 2022-23 arts season is off to a rip-roaring start, and the Houston Chamber Choir is joining in by launching its 28th season. Its first performance is Let All the World in Every Corner Sing: Ralph Vaughan Williams @150 to commemorate the anniversary of the English composer’s birthday this Saturday at South Main Baptist Church.
HOUSTON, TX
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Houston Chamber Choir presents “Let All the World in Every Corner Sing: Ralph Vaughan Williams @150” for season opener Sept. 24

WHO: The professional singers of the Houston Chamber Choir will perform “Let All the World in Every Corner Sing: Ralph Vaughan Williams @150” under the direction of Simpson, with special guests Paragon Brass Ensemble and Yuri McCoy, organist. The Paragon Brass Ensemble formed in 1983 and is known for its vast repertoire, engaging performances, and entertaining programming. Dr. McCoy is a graduate of the Shepherd School of Music at Rice University, where he studied with renowned organist Ken Cowan.
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Music of the Masters celebrates Ralph Vaughan Williams

The 2022 Music of the Masters concert will celebrate the works of British composer Ralph Vaughn Williams Sunday, May 1, at 3 p.m. with a pre-concert lecture at 2 p.m. This year’s concert will bring together the talents of the Casper College Chamber Singers and Collegiate Chorale as the Festival Choir and the Casper College Chamber Orchestra as the Festival Orchestra. Joining these groups will be members of the Wyoming Choral Arts Ensemble.
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Ralph Vaughan Williams: An Oxford Christmas

This recording focuses on arrangements made by Ralph Vaughan Williams for the Oxford Book of Carols (1928). The preface tells us: “Variety in the method of singing is even more important than with hymns, and the verses should never be sung straight through all in the same way.” In this spirit, conductor William Vann has prepared the carols with a mixture of accompanied, unaccompanied, and solo verses. The Chapel Choir of the Royal Hospital Chelsea presents the carols at their best, supported by the Henry Willis organ of St. Jude-on-the-Hill, Hampstead.
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